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Have a Seeburg m100b juke box with two wire(black) that are unsoldered on the front side of the selectomatic. Need a picture of the front of this mechanism with cover removed so we can see where these wires go. We have a manual , but not helping.

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SOURCE: need list on front of juke box

The 24 songs shown are for decoration only....The original 1015 made in 1946-47 held only 24 records, so these "fake" title strips are placed there on the "One More Time" to retain the original look. If you have any other questions or need repair, my name is Rod and I can be reached at

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SOURCE: Hi, moving in 2 days,

Bit late for your question but there should be two shipping bolts that clamp the mechanism down . That's the whole playing frame plate , located about 2 oclock and 7 oclock. Tighten them to stop the mech bouncing during transport.

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2) Check the black RCA cable that plugs into the DCC (digital control center) this is labeled "Tormat" Just unplug it and plug it back in. There might be 2 more RCA connectors on the side of the mechanism control box (several black switches) Just unplug them and plug them back in. Make sure they ALL make really good connection and are tight. This cable carries the selection signal to the boxes.

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